We have a pair of tickets to give away to the Soundcrash party at Koko, on Saturday March 6th.
On the night Warp Records' veterans Plaid will be showcasing their new album with a full AV live show, and will be joined by Luke Vibert, King Cannibal and DMX Krew.
To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets email - firstname.lastname@example.org before Wednesday 17th February with the answer to this question:
Q: what is the name of Plaid's Forthcoming album?
Sat 6th March 2010
Plaid (Full Live Av Show + Album Launch!)
Luke Vibert (Laptop Set)
DMX Krew – Live Set
King Cannibal (Ninja Tune)
+ More TBA
9pm till 3am
Koko, 1A Camden High Street, NW1 7JE
Tel: 0870 4325 527
Price: £15 (available in adv from www.seetickets.com)
Soundcrash return to Koko in March with a huge line-up of electronic artists to celebrate the launch of a new album from one of the very first signings to the venerable Warp stable, Plaid. From their original incarnation as The Black Dog through to their latest studio album 'Scintilli', Plaid continue to push boundaries both musically and visually, and it’s easy to see why after nearly two decades of releases they still remain at the head of the pack.
Part of a very elite group of artists to have been released albums on both Warp and Ninja Tune, Luke Vibert is a true hero of electronic music. Countless releases, timeless tunes and multiple remixes (along with multiple aliases) have secured this man's place in the collective consciousness of two generations of music lovers. Another true legend, Luke's presence in KOKO on this fine night is practically mandatory!
Previously known as Zilla, King Cannibal's name has become synonymous with spine-shattering sub-frequencies in the last year, his debut LP 'Let The Night Roar' on Ninja Tune was released in November to critical acclaim across the board from dubstep and electronica critics alike. Dubbed by DJ Mag as 'The modern master of satanic sub frequencies'